A few words of advice from NCB Angler Randall Downey: They eat the Hybrid Vibe. 😉
During The month of October we are running a FREE online tournament. The tournament will consist of a three Bass limit with the only stipulation being that all fish ...more must be caught on an NCB lure. The tournament will be run through our Facebook Group NCB Anglers. All information including official rules, prize and a live tracker can be found through this group (view pinned post at the top of the page). There is no deadline for entry until the final day. You may join at any time during the month.
Here are a few insightful words from Chad Brock, owner of Bass Crazy 365, on how he selects a trailer when using the #NCB Hybrid Vibe: -- “I’ve found personally ...more that I catch bigger fish when using a trailing plastic when using the Hybrid Vibe. My go to trailer is the 412 Bait Co 3.5 Yoda. This trailer has a nice subtle action that works well with the Hybrid Vibes unique movements. Ill typically match the trailer as close as I can to the Hybrid Vibe. If I find that the fish are short striking, I will in most cases remove the trailer and fish as is or add a trailer hook depending on if the fish are keying in on the tail action or just looking for a smaller profile bait.”
Pairing the "Stick It" Hybrid-Skirt with a slim soft plastic makes for an effective and efficient flipping style lure. This setup can easily slip in and ...more out of tight cover while simultaneously giving off flare and movement, thanks to the "Stick It" screwed into the back end. Pictured is our Summer Gill pattern.
The Hybrid Vibe is an effective lure not only for Bass, but other fish species as well! Whether you are fishing for Musky, Pike, Pickerel, Bowfin, Walleye, Snakehead ...more or any other predatory species, this lure can help elicit a reactionary strike. Here’s why: — The vibrations given off by the Hybrid Vibe are picked up by the lateral line (a sense organ running the sides of the fishes body). This extra sense allows the fish to “feel” the water around them, giving it a greater understanding of its surroundings despite the water conditions. When the fish detects the vibrations of the lure, they perceive it as that of a wounded baitfish. This ability to “feel” the frantic movements of prey with their lateral line is what allows fish to successfully hunt in highly stained water (and not starve)!